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19. Allahabad, Anglo-Bengali School.

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City Anglo-Vernacular, High School.

20. Allahabad, City Anglo-Vernacular High School. Mary Wanamaker Girls' High School. St. Joseph's Collegiate School.

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A. P. M. High School.

Kayastha Pathshala.

Modern High School-Science, Sanskrit,
Arabic, Persian, Urdu and Hindi from
July, 1912, Drawing from 1916, up to July,

1916.

26. Almora, Government High School.
27. Do. Ramsay High School.
28. Alwar, High School.

29. Amraoti, Government Hindu High School.
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31. Do.

Government Mahomedan High School-Persian,
Urdu and Drawing from August, 1909;
Arabic from March, 1910; Science from July,

1911.

Government Girls' High School-Sanskrit,
Marathi and Drawing from July, 1915.

32. Amroha, Government High School.

33. Azamgarh, Wesley High School. (Old name-Church Mission High School.)

34. Badnur, Government High School-Sanskrit, Persian, Hindi, Urdu, Science and Drawing from July, 1915.

35. Bahraich, Government High School.

36. Balaghat, Government High School-Sanskrit, Persian, Science, Drawing and Hindi from August, 1910; Marathi from November, 1910.

37. Ballia, Government High School.
38. Balrampur, Lyall Collegiate School.
39. Banda, Government High School.

40. Bareilly, Government High School.
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Western Inglis Memorial High School-Arabic,
Persian, Sanskrit, Indian Vernaculars and
Drawing from August, 1909.

E. I. M. School-Persian, Arabic, Sanskrit,
Urdu, Hindi and Drawing from November,

1910.

43. Bara Banki, Government High School.

44. Barwani (C. I.), Victoria High School, from 1906.

45. Basti, Government High School, from January, 1908. 46. Beawar, Mission High School.

47. Benares, Bengali Tola High School.

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Do.

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51.

Do.

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Do.

Queen's Collegiate School.

Central Hindu Collegiate School.
Jainarain's High School.

London Mission High School.

Hewett Kshatria High School-Sanskrit, Persian, Science, Drawing, Urdu and Hindi from March, 1909.

Harish Chandra High School-Persian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu and Drawing from November, 1910.

Theosophical School-Sanskrit, Persian, Hindi, Urdu and Science from July, 1914; Drawing from 1916.

55. Bharatpur, Sadar High School.

56. Bhandara, Monro High School.

57. Bhopal, Alexandra High School, from 1906.

58. Do. Jehangiria High School-Persian, Arabic, Sanskrit, Urdu and Hindi from 31st May, 1913; Drawing from Examination of 1914.

59. Bijnor, Government High School.

60. Bikaneer, Dungar Collegiate School. (Old name-Durbar High School.)

61. Bilaspur, High School.

62. Biswan, Seth Jai Dayal High School, from November,

1908.

63. Budaun, Government High School.

64. Bulandshahr, Government High School.

65. Bundi, Darbar High School.

66. Burhanpur, Hakimia Coronation High School-Arabic and Urdu from July, 1912; Drawing and Persian from 1917.

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Robertson High School. (Old name-Municipal High School)-Persian, Sanskrit, Urdu, Hindi, Drawing, Science, Gujrati and Marathi from July, 1915.

68. Cawnpore, Government High School.

69. Do. Christ Church Collegiate School.

70. Chandausi, Shyam Sundar Memorial High SchoolPersian, Sanskrit, Urdu and Hindi from August, 1909; Science 'and Drawing from August, 1910.

71. Charkhari, State High School.

72. Chhattarpur, Maharaja's High School.

73. Chanda, Government Jubilee High School.

74. Chhindwara, Government High School-Sanskrit, Persian, Hindi, Urdu, Drawing and Science from March, 1912.

75. Damoh, Government High School-Science, Drawing, Sanskrit, Persian, Hindi and Urdu from July, 1915, up to July, 1919.

76. Dehra Dun, A. P. M. High School.

77.

78.

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Do.

A. P. M. Girls' High School.

Dayanand A.-V. High School.

79. Deoria, King Edward High School-Persian, Sanskrit, Urdu, Hindi and Drawing from August, 1909.

80. Dattia, State High School.

81. Dhamtari, Mennonite Mission High School-Sanskrit, Persian, Hindi, Drawing and Science from July, 1912.

82. Dhar (C. I.), Anand High School.

83. Dholpur,

Maharana's High School-Persian, Sanskrit, Urdu and Hindi from July, 1911; Science and Drawing from 1917.

84. Dewas (Junior), Victoria High School.

85. Do.

Hindi and

(Senior), King-Emperor George V. High School
-Sanskrit, Science, Marathi,
Drawing from April, 1916.

86. Ellichpur, Municipal High School-Sanskrit, Persian, Marathi, Urdu, Drawing and Science from July, 1915, up to July, 1919.

87. Etah, Government High School, from March, 1908.

88. Etawah, Islamia High School.

89. Do. Government High School.

90. Farrukhabad, Government High School.

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Christian High School. (Old name-
Mission High School.)

92. Fatehgarh, High School-Persian, Sanskrit, Science, Urdu, Hindi and Drawing from August, 1909.

93. Fatehpur, Government High School.

94. Fyzabad, Government High School.

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96. Do.

Hindu High School-Persian, Sanskrit, Urdu,
Hindi and Drawing from July, 1914, up to
July, 1919.

Forbes' School-Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit,
Drawing, Urdu and Hindi from July, 1916,
up to July, 1919.

97. Ghazipur, City High School. 98. Do. Victoria High School. 99. Gonda, Government High School. 100. Gorakhpur, Jubilee High School. High

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Do.

102.

Do.

School-Sanskrit, Persian, Hindi,

Urdu and Drawing from November, 1909;
Arabic from November, 1911; Science from
July, 1912.

St. Andrew's Collegiate School.

103. Gwalior, Sardar High School-Science, Marathi, Hindi, Urdu, Drawing and Agriculture with Surveying from July, 1913.

104. Do.

(Lashkar), Victoria Collegiate School.

105. Harda, Mission High School.

106. Hardoi, Government High School.

107. Hapur, District Board A.-V. School-Persian, Arabic, Sanskrit, Urdu and Hindi from the Examination of 1915.

108. Hathras, Government High School.

109. Hinganghat, Robertson High School. (Old name Municipal High School) Sanskrit, Marathi, Drawing and Science from April, 1912.

110. Hoshangabad, Government High School.

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Do.

Friends' M. High School-Sanskrit, Hindi, Drawing and Science from July, 1915.

112. Indore, Maharaja Shivaji Rao High School.

113.

(Old

Do. Canadian Mission Girls' School from January, name-City High School)-from April, 1905. 1909.

114.

Do.

115.

Do.

116.

Do.

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Do.

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Residency School from August, 1906.

Christian Collegiate School. (Old name-C. M.
Collegiate School), from March, 1905.
Daly College from 1914.

Tilok Chand Jain School-Sanskrit, Hindi and
Drawing for 2 years from 1917.

Mahilavidyalaya and Ahilyasram-Sanskrit,
Marathi, Hindi and Drawing for 2 years from
1917.

119. Jaora, Barr High School.

120. Jaunpur, Government High School.

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121. Do. Preo Nath Ghosh High School. (Old nameChurch Mission High School.)

122. Jaipur, U. F. C. Mission High School.

123. Do. Maharaja's Collegiate School.
124. Jhansi, MacDonnell High School.
125. Jhalrapatan, Darbar High School.
126. Jobner, Anglo-Vedie High School.
127. Jodhpur, Darbar High School.

128. Do. Rajput School-Sanskrit and Hindi from July,

1916.

129. Jubbulpore, Anjuman Islamia High School.

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Do.

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C. M. S. High School.

K. Hitkarni Sabha High School.

St. Aloysius' High School from August, 1905.

St. Joseph's Convent School from August,
1905.

Christ Church Boys' High School from
April, 1906.

Christ Church Girls' High School from
April, 1906.

Model School (Training Institution) from
August, 1907.

137. Kankar, Crawford High School-Sanskrit, Hindi and Drawing from the Examination of 1920.

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